What you need to know about the Government's farm deal with a Saudi businessman.
Three-years of independent trials cast doubts on the effectiveness of long-acting sheep drenches.
Sale of Bay of Plenty farm heads to the Supreme Court.
Less is sometimes more according to organic dairy farmer Mark Flipp.
Opposition MPs label a $4m payment to a Saudi businessman a "bribe".
5:00 AM OPINION: A punitive approach to farm safety will not work, writes Federated Farmers' Katie Milne.
OPINION: A positive attitude is all very well and good but if the money ain't there, you can't last very long.
The countdown is on to this year's New Zealand National Agricultural Fieldays.
James Robertson has some big aspirations.
5:00 AM Dairy industry experts say lower milk payouts will leave farmers needing to borrow to survive.
5:00 AM West Coast farmers are two-up on Fonterra shareholders.
Minimising losses is just as important as maximising profits.
It was a grim day. Pebbles rushed to hospital as soon as she could, after hearing Freddy had suffered an accident on the farm.
Forty years after it started in the Sounds, marine farming remains a source of pride and controversy.
Being a business owner isn't what most 17-year-olds are thinking about. But Georgia Lala isn't like most teenagers.
5:00 AM The Wildings plan to expand their Te Mania operation at Conway Flats after a top result in the Beef Expo and providing bloodlines for a section winner at the Steak of Origin competition, writes Tim Cronshaw.
An elite breeding bull has been recognised as one of the best by being inducted into LIC's prestigious Hall of Fame.
Opposition MPs are labelling a $4 million payment to a Saudi businessman a "bribe".
A North Canterbury farmer arranges his sheep into roadside billboards - for laughs.
5:00 AM Cropping farmers are managing to maintain much the same grain yields as five years ago on a shrinking land base.
Vegetable growers in Kapiti and Horowhenua have been hit by wet weather for the second year in a row.
It was the news every Waikato dairy farmer feared and had braced for.
Taranaki has two competitors on the leaderboard at the New Zealand Sheep Dog Trial Championships.
Northland ram breeder Gordon Levet suspects that sheep farmers have been unconsciously selecting for resistance to pneumonia.
NZ scientists identify animal-safe compounds that can reduce methane emissions from sheep and cattle by up to 90 per cent.
Louisa McClintock is just 17 but is farming a dry north Canterbury farm with her 80-year-old grandfather.
A career in agribusiness management is the goal of a Lincoln University student whose reputation as a hard worker goes before her. She speaks with Kate Taylor.